Productivity in the workplace is a key component of a business’ overall success. Throughout this blog, we’ve talked a lot about leadership and positivity within the workplace, and the major benefits that come with them. A good leader knows how to enhance and increase productivity without over-working and overwhelming employees. Today, we’re accustomed to heavy workloads and multitasking to get things accomplished. However, are those the key to being productive? Or can juggling too many tasks at once set us back more than we think? If you’re looking to organically increase productivity within your organization, here are a few tips that can surely help.

Invest in Quality Training

Consider how important training is when hiring a new employee. While many organizations often offer some sort of training for new hires, some feel like they take up too much time, or aren’t effective enough. This really couldn’t be further from the truth. Employees that aren’t trained properly are going to face various hurdles as they start to perform their daily tasks. If they don’t know how to complete things properly, mistakes can be made, and extra time will need to be taken to address any issues. This can be avoided by investing in quality training programs that not only show employees how to perform their jobs, but focus on ensuring that they understand and comprehend future tasks.  

Offer Assistance but Stray From Micromanaging

Even with a good training program, new and seasoned employees may have different questions or need help with a task. Always offer assistance when needed, but be sure to help the employee develop and learn along the way. Stray away from micromanaging, as many employees consider that to be a toxic component of work; micromanaging may seem like it gives you control; however, it can significantly decrease productivity by making an employee unhappy or uncomfortable in their workplace.


Communication is key for both employees and their managers. If your team is comfortable with communicating with you, and vice versa, it will create a productive way for the team to work together. Always be sure to maintain open lines of communication.

Time Management Tools

Luckily, with the help of technology, there are tons of time management tools that can help you and your employees better manage your time and stay on top of important tasks and priorities. Communication and collaboration apps, time tracking tools, and cloud-based calendars are all ways to help prioritize your tasks while increasing overall productivity.